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Corporate author:European Association of Distance Teaching Universities
This conference was dedicated to the topic of 'Transition to open and on-line education in European universities'. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and open educational resources (OER) were key topics of the conference. Keynote presentations were: A strategy for Europe in the age of the knowledge society: building new knowledge networks among traditional and distance universities / Maria Amata Garito; Do MOOCs announce a new paradigm for higher education? / John Daniel and Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic. The papers are as follows: Innovative pedagogies / Maria Cecilia de Medeiros Abras and... [+] Show more
This conference was dedicated to the topic of 'Transition to open and on-line education in European universities'. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and open educational resources (OER) were key topics of the conference. Keynote presentations were: A strategy for Europe in the age of the knowledge society: building new knowledge networks among traditional and distance universities / Maria Amata Garito; Do MOOCs announce a new paradigm for higher education? / John Daniel and Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic.
The papers are as follows: Innovative pedagogies / Maria Cecilia de Medeiros Abras and Margarida Louro Felgueiras; The role of e-learning satisfaction in the acceptance of technology for educational purposes: a competing models analysis / Jose Arquero, Esteban Romero-Frias, Salvador Del Barrio; Advantages of blended, on-campus, online courses / Isik Aybay; Making informed and supported choices on e-learning in a university context / Eline Bourgeois, Anneleen Cosemans, Wim Van Petegem; MOOCs: different approaches and paradigms / Evelina Bruno and Dario De Notaris; Student socialisation within online distance education programmes: starting at the start / James Brunton, Noeleen O'Keefe, Eamon Costello, Seamus Fox, Elaine Walsh, Lorraine Delaney, and Anne Morrissey; DOIT (Dermatology Online with Interactive Technology) for blended undergraduate training in Europe / Gunter Burg, Vahid Djamei, Harald Gollnick, and Martine Bagot; Transforming traditional university teachers to open and distance learning adult tutors: a Greek endeavor / Dimitris Chassapis and Eleni Giannakopoulou; An Australian response to 21st century learners / Anne Cummins.
Yes we can do quality in eLearning / Marie Elf, Inger Lundberg Santesson, and Jan Florin; Mobile device and learning possibilities in higher education / Tiberio Feliz Murias, Maria-Carmen Ricoy, and Salvora Feliz; Sketching the user interface of digital textbooks applied to formal learning environments / Luis Fernandes; Keeping up with innovations / Tim Gore; From on-campus to online distance education: a three-dimensional perspective: international market, institutional policies and implementation / Joost Groot Kormelink, Gillian Saunders-Smits, and Sofia Dopper; EU-law-drafting: a simulation through active e-learning / Ine Van Haaren-Dresens; Opening on-line education: the institutional model of a 'Global Degree' / Kyriakos Kouveliotis; The potential of MOOCs to widen access to, and success in, higher education study: an historical comparison / Andy Lane; Open educational resources for all?: comparing user motivations and characteristics across The Open University's iTunes U channel and OpenLearn platform / Patrina Law, Leigh-Anne Perryman, and Andrew Law; Development of on-line courses focusing on quality / Andre Leblanc and Charlotte Lindgren.
Enhance creativity with open-source tools: the Knowledge Generating House / Isabel Martins, Margarida Amaral, and Natasa Urbancikova; 'Open Educational Path': a new educational way for universities / Laura Menichetti and Antonia Calvani; Experiencing diversity in a [open distance learning] ODL higher education context / Darlinda Moreira, Adertito Marcos, and Jose Coelho; Students' attitudes and satisfaction with distance education in Sweden / Ebba Ossiannilsson; Developing sustainable business models for institutions' provision of open educational resources: learning from OpenLearn users' motivations and experiences / Leigh-Anne Perryman, Patrina Law, and Andrew Law; [European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students] ERASMUS language preparation with [Deutsch Uni-Online] DUO online courses / Janina Reher; Exploring new ways to organise digital scholarships in universities: digital social science and humanities / Esteban Romero-Frias, Salvador Del Barrio, and Lucia Porcu; Complementary on-line and face-to-face structured training activities in a joint networked international doctorate / Annamaria Silvana de Rosa; Transition to open and flexible learning in traditional national university / Joze Rugelj.
Why (and how) traditional universities profit from cooperation in online-teaching / Paul Ruhl; From MOOCs to knowledge sharing / Susanna Sancassani, Paola Corti, and Federica Brambilla; Developing teachers and students' digital competences by MOOCs: the UNED proposal / Angeles Sanchez-Elvira Paniagua and Miguel Santamaria-Lancho; Transformation of a conventional university into an e-University in emerging smart society (case of [Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics] MESI) / Natalia Tikhomirova and Irina Smirnova; Implementation of learning badges on undergraduate e-learning courses / Andreia Teles Vieira; The theoretical foundations of [internet protocol television] IPTV in distance education / Gaye Topa Ciftci, Gulsun Kurubacak, and Volkan Yuzer; Learning spaces, learning labs, and MOOCs: merging the real and the virtual in connected learning / Frederik Truyen, Sophie Touze, and Jean-Pierre Berthet; Enhancing privacy protection for wireless and mobile learning / Ilaria Venturini; Pentalfa: challenges in creating OpenCourseWare at the Faculty of Medicine, Leuven University / Stephanie Verbeken and Frederik Truyen; 'LLL: long live learning?' / Sabine De Vriendt.[-] Show less
Geographic subjects: Europe
Published: Heerlen, Netherlands: European Association of Distance Teaching Universities, 2013
Physical description: 454 p.